The Western World's first "accurate" chronology of ancient history, by the noteworthy 4th-century cleric Eusebius of Caesarea Palestina. The author used numerous lost sources, often citing them by name and quoting from them at length. Among these are: Berosus, Alexander Polyhistor, Abydenus, Josephus, Castor, Diodorus, Cephalion, various named translations of the Bible, the writings of Manetho, Porphyrius, and others. Translated from Classical Armenian by Robert Bedrosian. Zipped HTML files or pdf available. This is the Chronicle Part I. The Chronological Tables (Chronicle Part II) which accompanied this work in the 4th century also are available in English translation at Internet Archive.
February 18, 2020 Subject:
The moon got larger
If we accept the writings at what point to we question?
Always ....at every point as we seek towards the truth.
All we can do is accept what is written compare and adjust as we gain more insight as more tablets are recovered and translated and even then how did the world paint Hitler ... or now Trump and then by whom so I say keep reading, reading and more reading. Do not accept rhetoric without references.